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Orangepi 3 h6 allwiner chip

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I think you already have that one, but just in case, output on an Orange Pi 3 (which should be a pretty recent one):

 

SoC bin: slow chip (bin=1) (raw=1)

 

 

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PineH64 model b SoC bin: slow chip (bin=1) (raw=1)
Orange Pi 3 SoC bin: slow chip (bin=1) (raw=1)
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orangepi 3

 

./regtool h6-soc-bin
SoC bin: slow chip (bin=1) (raw=1)

 

beelink gs1

 

LibreELEC:~ # ./regtool h6-soc-bin
SoC bin: slow chip (bin=1) (raw=1)

 

 

 

 

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Thank you, all. Looks like vlad59 found the interesting value. So far it looks like, noone reported raw=7 and we have one report of raw=2, so the meanings should be raw=1 -> slow, raw=2 -> normal, raw=3 -> fast bin.

 

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@megi Forgot to tell if you want more Tanix TX6 report, go to librelec forum or ask Jernej, he is the one who made the librelec image.

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26 minutes ago, vlad59 said:

Forgot to tell if you want more Tanix TX6 report, go to librelec forum or ask Jernej

No need, I also follow this forum :) Currently I don't have any H6 board set up, but I'll test in following days.

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I ran regtool in my (recently bought) Orange Pi 3 and this was the output:

 

SoC bin: slow chip (bin=1) (raw=1)

 

And here is the content of dump-h6-ths if it's of any use:

 

THS:
0x05070400 : 01df002f
0x05070404 : 00000003
0x05070408 : 0016d000
0x0507040c : 00000000
0x05070410 : 00000003
0x05070414 : 00000000
0x05070418 : 00000000
0x0507041c : 00000000
0x05070420 : 00000000
0x05070424 : 00000000
0x05070428 : 00000000
0x0507042c : 00000000
0x05070430 : 00000005
0x05070434 : 00000000
0x05070438 : 00000000
0x0507043c : 00000000
0x05070440 : 05a00684
0x05070444 : 05a00684
0x05070448 : 00000000
0x0507044c : 00000000
0x05070450 : 00000000
0x05070454 : 00000000
0x05070458 : 00000000
0x0507045c : 00000000
0x05070460 : 00000000
0x05070464 : 00000000
0x05070468 : 00000000
0x0507046c : 00000000
0x05070470 : 00000000
0x05070474 : 00000000
0x05070478 : 00000000
0x0507047c : 00000000
0x05070480 : 04e904e9
0x05070484 : 00000000
0x05070488 : 00000000
0x0507048c : 00000000
0x05070490 : 00000000
0x05070494 : 00000000
0x05070498 : 00000000
0x0507049c : 00000000
0x050704a0 : 08690860
0x050704a4 : 00000000
0x050704a8 : 00000000
0x050704ac : 00000000
0x050704b0 : 00000000
0x050704b4 : 00000000
0x050704b8 : 00000000
0x050704bc : 00000000
0x050704c0 : 00000835
0x050704c4 : 0000082c
0x050704c8 : 00000000
0x050704cc : 00000000
0x050704d0 : 00000000
0x050704d4 : 00000000
0x050704d8 : 00000000
0x050704dc : 00000000
0x050704e0 : 00000000
0x050704e4 : 00000000
0x050704e8 : 00000000
0x050704ec : 00000000
0x050704f0 : 00000000
0x050704f4 : 00000000
0x050704f8 : 00000000
0x050704fc : 00000000

 

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On 10/28/2019 at 3:26 PM, martinayotte said:

Anyway, I will try to find some "missing time ingredient" in the following days, and Armbian will then be ready for a commit ...

 

Any luck finding an additional hour? ( too bad we missed the 27 October time slot, one hour for free ... ...  )

Anyway noticed rc6 has been released meanwhile, but is not in megous 5.4 - branch yet, worth waiting for that before committing things ?

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Megi is usually a few days behind since they probably have other things to do ;). I remember in summer it took a few weeks to catch up with the branches but my guess was they were on vacation which is perfectly fine :)

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12 hours ago, dolphs said:

Anyway noticed rc6 has been released meanwhile, but is not in megous 5.4 - branch yet,

My H6s are running 5.4.0-rc4 from megous's branch, it is just some preview builds I've done, but I didn't commit to Armbian yet ...

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I don't know what else to try. My OPi3 Fails 100% of the attempts to use.... sometimes it doesn't even finish the boot, sometimes i can type login/pass before it freezes. Tried many many different nightly images.... It works stable with LibreElec beta image, but, I don't want to use mine (only) as kodi media center....

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17 minutes ago, leofuscaldi said:

Tried many many different nightly images


Until you will not see nightly images with kernel 5.4.y its pointless to try. Nobody will not port fix to 5.3.y 

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Maybe people looking to run a stable system should just stop chasing the very latest of everything!

This uptime of 42 days is only because of a local power outage, otherwise it's absolutely rock solid running snapd, nextcloud, mosquitto, node-red, grafana, .....

 

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20 minutes ago, leofuscaldi said:

I don't know what else to try. My OPi3 Fails 100% of the attempts to use.... sometimes it doesn't even finish the boot, sometimes i can type login/pass before it freezes. Tried many many different nightly images.... It works stable with LibreElec beta image, but, I don't want to use mine (only) as kodi media center....

 

Do you mean you can't get any version of Armbian to run on your Orange Pi 3 at all? I have one that's running very well using the Buster minimal version based on 5.3, including X, Chromium, HDMI output, Ethernet, USB, SPI... I have only tested Wi-Fi very quickly, but it worked out of the box. BT and SPI needed a little bit more configuration.

 

I started from Armbian_5.98.191009_Orangepi3_Debian_buster_dev_5.3.5_minimal but have upgraded several times since. Currently on 5.3.7 5.98.191026.

 

I'm booting directly from SD card, if that matters (no eMMC, 1 GB RAM).

 

Really the only thing I'm missing for now is 3D GPU support (panfrost), other than that it's just perfect, though I don't use video at all so I have no idea of the support on that front.

 

By the way, thanks to all for the really great job!

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14 hours ago, martinayotte said:

My H6s are running 5.4.0-rc4 from megous's branch, it is just some preview builds I've done, but I didn't commit to Armbian yet ...

cheers for that, will await your commits and meanwhile will play some more with my RockPI4a - TiA! -

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On 11/5/2019 at 4:57 PM, jcaron said:

 

Do you mean you can't get any version of Armbian to run on your Orange Pi 3 at all? I have one that's running very well using the Buster minimal version based on 5.3, including X, Chromium, HDMI output, Ethernet, USB, SPI... I have only tested Wi-Fi very quickly, but it worked out of the box. BT and SPI needed a little bit more configuration.

 

 

Wait, BT is working with 5.4 RC now?

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2 hours ago, SchmuseTigger said:

Wait, BT is working with 5.4 RC now?

 

If by BT you mean Bluetooth like I do, it's working in 5.3 on the Orange Pi 3 using the Armbian nightly, it includes the firmware for the chip, there's just a bit of setup to do.

 

IIRC all that is really needed is the init script available in the package included here:

and a little change covered here:

 

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5 hours ago, SchmuseTigger said:

Wait, BT is working with 5.4 RC now?

 

Linux 5.4 contains the code changes, dts changes will be included in 5.5. So yes, and no.

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5 hours ago, SchmuseTigger said:

Wait, BT is working with 5.4 RC now?

Also check the mainlining effort page , kernel 5.5 is supposed to bring us lots of joy and perhaps by then H6 can be out of WIP stage, but is still 2-3 Months away from now ...

Looks like it is also interesting regarding CRYPTO, if you use eg ovpn or SSL ...

 

UPDATE

@megi Did not notice your reply earlier, btw thanks for bump to 5.4-rc6

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21 minutes ago, dolphs said:

Also check the mainlining effort page , kernel 5.5 is supposed to bring us lots of joy and perhaps by then H6 can be out of WIP stage, but is still 2-3 Months away from now ...

Looks like it is also interesting regarding CRYPTO, if you use eg ovpn or SSL ...

 

UPDATE

@megi Did not notice your reply earlier, btw thanks for bump to 5.4-rc6

Crypto can already be accelerated if you pick ciphers that can be accelerated with aarch64 AES instructions, because H6 has these, and they are fast.

 

openssl speed -evp aes-128-cbc -bytes 4096

 

aes-128-cbc    1324171.04k

 

that's > 1.2GiB/s on single core

 

Maybe ecb is better for benchmarking:

 

openssl speed -evp aes-128-ecb -bytes 4096

 

aes-128-ecb     537105.75k

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